I’m a cheat-ah! Sorry. Couldn’t resist!

Yeah….. totally cheating here. The real 5th outfit for my most recent 5 Day Challenge (One Shoe, Five Days: LAMB Nathan) has been waiting to be posted for a while. But the more I looked at it, the more I disliked the outfit. And in reality, what I really wore is different than what I photographed since I changed my blazer midday. SO, I took some “creative” liberty here and re-did my 5th outfit. I think this one is much better 🙂

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{What I’m Wearing}

Faux Wayfarers :: Ebay
T-shirt :: Thrifted (But originally from Target)
Cheetah Pants :: Target
Booties :: L.A.M.B. Nathan
Necklaces :: Self-made
Bag :: Old & refashioned with pyramid studs


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Yes. It’s me. Doing another post about shoes. It’s called an addictionn people.

Zara being as rare in the US as it is, I don’t shop there often. But lately I’ve been seeing A LOT of Zara shoes on the style boards and sites I follow, so I visited Trap #1: They have free shipping and returns. Trap #2: Everything is incredibly cute and somewhat reasonably priced. So I stalked their shoes… for weeks. And then I caved and bought a *few* pairs. See my favorites below. P.S. I did not buy all of these. Although that would be wonderful.

zara Sandals

1. I Basic Sandal in Blue, $49.90
2. I Basic Sandal in Orange, $49.90 (!)
3. High Heel Sandal with Buckles, $89.90
4. Sandal with Snake Skin Strap, $89.90
5. Crossover Sandal, $79.90
6. Strappy Sandal with Buckles, $99.90
7. Two-Tone Sandal, $49.90

Also, the hubs and I have been watching How I Met Your Mother on Netflix lately and last night’s episode featured this clip. Travis immediately turns to me and says, “Yeah. That’s so you.” And it is 🙂



So, yeah. I guess you could say I like shoes, if being totally obsessed and spending all your extra money on shoes at the expense of buying actual items that will cover your body and keep you warm means you like shoes. And because I like shoes so much and have so many, I’ve been around the block when it comes to purchasing them online.

I’ve done the shoe club thing, which seems to have become all the rage on the Internet lately. Well, either that or the ads just keep following me in particular.  But those clubs usually just overcharge you for crappy, uncomfortable shoes. Been there. Done that. And got the t-shirt. Not gonna do it again. But then I found Sole Society

Ah, Sole Society. Two seconds on their site and I was in love. Their shoes are classy, unlike other club sites that have shoes that look like RuPaul designed them. There is also no aut0-charging of my card. And you don’t need to log-in to “wave” the fee by the 5th of every month either. Another reason I HATE shoe clubs–don’t even get me started. And they use quality material, not plastic-y cheap stuff. Huh. In fact, as I write this I don’t know what actually makes Sole Society a “club” other than that they save my card info on file for easy checkout, similar to Amazon or any other online retailer. But I digress…

I now have one pair from them, with my second on the way, and my eye on a third. I’m usually not brand-loyal, but Sole Society just blows me away. Some of my present/future babies!

Sole Society shoes

Now, I own Odette. They are incredibly comfortable, go with everything, and make your legs look “Wow.” Capri are en-route, set to arrive to me shortly. And I’m thinking Mason will be next. Oh, and I’m having a serious moment with nudes. Can you tell??

P.S. Did I mention they’re only $50!?

P.S.S. Special thanks to Carrie Bradshaw for summing up my shoe relationship in one phrase.


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